By Elizabeth Whitman | Phoenix New Times Last month, Unit 4 of the Four Corners Power Plant, the coal-powered generating station, celebrated its 50th birthday.
DIA is considering new formal compensation claims but hasn’t made them public By Jon Murray | Denver Post Mediation of potentially costly disputes over Denver
(Editor’s note: News releases are published as submitted unless there are errors of fact.) Scottsdale voters get an opportunity to invest in public safety, senior
By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter The Phoenix region is expected to see a 32 percent jump in new apartment developments this year.
By Jeremy Cluff | Arizona Republic As questions continue to swirl around the future of the Arizona Diamondbacks in Arizona, one writer has offered a potential
By Jen Fifield | Arizona Republic By Jen Fifield | Arizona Republic The Arizona Coyotes have a new majority owner in billionaire entrepreneur Alex Meruelo,
By Jerod MacDonald-Evoy | Arizona Mirror Hackers and tech enthusiasts are gathering in the Nevada desert this week for a conference where new vulnerabilities in
Queen Creek Independent At the Aug. 7 meeting, the Queen Creek Town Council approved the annexation of nearly 4,150 acres of State Trust Land, located
By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter Regional real estate expert Jim Belfiore sees continued and significant growth for ‘subdivision rental’ developments across the
By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter Mesa has some pretty big deals a foot and that is keeping City Manager Chris Brady busy.
REALTOR Magazine Fannie Mae’s Home Purchase Sentiment Index surged to a new high as consumers became more upbeat about buying and selling, mortgage rates, and
Chamber Business News Arizona is currently one of the hottest destinations for relocators, and the apartment housing industry is facing the subsequent pressures of that. In 2016,
By Raquel Hendrickson | InMaricopa A development that has been in the doldrums since 2008 may get new life while a long-time farm is turning more
$350M project would include residential, hotel and other uses By Angela Gonzales | Phoenix Business Journal Geoffrey Jacobs wants to build the tallest building in Arizona — to
The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors comprises, from left, Bill Gates, Steve Chucri, Jack Sellers, Clint Hickman and Steve Gallardo. /Photo courtesy Maricopa County By
“Frank Pratt is an irreplaceable figure in the Arizona State Legislature,” House Speaker Rusty Bowers said in a written statement.”/ Flickr photo By Nathan Brown/Arizona
By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter The Gilbert Town Council will look at new changes and new deadlines for a long-planned water park. The town council will consider new agreements related to the 25-acre water park at Gilbert Regional Park. That
(Photos courtesy of Arizona Coyotes) By Paulina Pineda | Arizona Republic The Arizona Coyotes are proposing a $1.7 billion development in Tempe with a hockey
By Paul Maryniak | Arizonan Driven by iBuyers and investors that are gobbling up substantial numbers of houses, Valley home buyers and sellers may be